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Hey Chuck! Welcome home brother. And soooo true about AFRT. Listening to AFR kept some sanity in an insane part of the world. Thanks to Carl & his website, the music lives on.
Ed (HarleyD)
USAF '68-'75
SE ASIA '70-'73

Admin reply: Thank you for your upbeat comments Ed and for being a fan of The 60s Official Site.

Carl


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Thank you for all your hard work keeping this site going and growing. If I close my eyes I could swear I was listening to Armed Forces Radio when I was in Vietnam. With all the turmoil going on around us, we always had AFR to keep us company.

Thanks again, and welcome home to all you Vietnam Vets.

Admin reply: Welcome Home brother. Thank you Chuck for your comments and for dropping by.

Carl :!beer:


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Hi Carl,

I am impressed that you encourage your guests to interact throughout your website and that you reply to each and every guest who signs your guestbook.

On your homepage you ask a question "if we could do it all over again, would we?" to this I reply, the selfish side of me would say yes, for I was just a kid then, the humanitarian side of me would say no, for I would not want anyone to relive the painful side of the 1960's again. :!time:

Admin reply: Thank you Drew for your comments and for visiting The 60s Official Site.

Carl


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As I suffer from PTSD, this music helps keep me going.
Viet Nam Vet, 1966 - 1967 :!cry:

Admin reply: Welcome home brother. Just hang in there Ty things will hopefully get better. Thank you so much for tuning into The 60s Official Site.

Carl :!beer:


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This site is so great! Writing for my grandchildren about the world I grew up in...what a great resource!

Admin reply: Glad we could help Judi.

Carl


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Slam on the binders! meaning slam on the brakes when someone cut you off, have to stop suddenly, etc.

I cannot locate this expression from my younger days and my daughter is accusing me of just making it up. Thanks.

Admin reply: I never heard that one either. Are you pulling the blinders over my eyes on this one? :!giggle:

Carl


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I am a GCSE music student and I need to look at 60's music for my coursework, this site was really good for songs from the time. Thank you :)

Admin reply: You are welcome Choe.

Carl


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I accidentally stumbled upon this website, and it is wonderful. Brings back such good memories of the 60's.
The Elvis site is the best I have seen. I was lucky enought to see him five times and still think he is the best of any entertainer in the 20th and 21st century.
Thank you for having this site. You have provided people in our generation with hours of pleasure. Linda

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Linda and for stopping by.

Carl


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I USED TO PLAYED IN GARAGE BANDS BACK IN T "50"-"60" SO I GREW UP WITH THIS KIND OF MUSIC I LOVE IT. I AM GLAD I FOUND THIS SITE. IT BRINGS BACK ALOT OF THE GOOD OLD TIMES AT LEAST IT DOES FOR ME. SOME OF THE PEOPLE I PLAYED WITH WAS FREDDY FENDER,NOE PRO AND THE SEMI-TONES

Admin reply: Thank you David for visiting and for signing the guestbook. Rock on David!

Carl


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Hi Carl,

The 1960's hold a special time in my life when I was so young, naive and innocent I looked at everything with awe! Born in 1959 I wasn't old enough know what was really going on back then

The 19060's is a continual learning process for me. your websit help.

Somewhere between then and now the world has become "a get it done yesterday world" with all it high-teck, we are living in an age where we have instant access to a vast ray of information, communication and shopping at our fingertips 24/7, have we humans grown smarter or just impatient?

I miss those care free days of my childhood! :!time:

Admin reply: I agree with you Drew. The 60s had a special memory in most of us baby boomers. I built this site in memory of the 60s to reflect back just for a hobby and now it has caught on fire that it is not the most visited 60s site on the web. Thank you for thoughts Drew.

Carl


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